As a Muslim American and first-generation Indian American, Quraishi explores questions of identity in her Wednesday column.
Creating Consistency: Layla Chamberlin talks about the power of routine in her column, “You Are What You Habituate.”
Jasmine Tatah grew up as an American of Algerian and Japanese descent. In her column “Mixed Feelings,” she discusses her experience navigating between two different cultural backgrounds.
Meet The Daily Californian’s spring 2018 opinion columnists: Gladys, Rebecca, Hari, KD, Clare, Alejandra and Kaitlyn.
Former Sex on Tuesday columnist Michelle Zheng discusses different types of sex toys and their uses.
Do Nixle reports make students feel safer? Here are what UC Berkeley students have to say. Video by Mackenzie Cornwall and Pransu Dash Contact us at [email protected]
We hear “Northside” and “Southside” being thrown around a lot, but which one is superior? UC Berkeley students tell us which side of campus they prefer. Video by Ashley-Grace Vo and Alex Zhao Contact us at [email protected]
Do UC Berkeley students prefer Taco Bell or La Burrita? We asked students on Sproul Plaza to find out. Video by Sid Iyer, Monica Banares, and Pransu Dash Contact us at [email protected]
You’ve seen them at protests. You’ve seen them on Sproul Plaza. Here is Sunsara Taylor, a member of Refuse Fascism talking about what this group is and what it stands for. Video by: Ashley-Grace Vo & Nate Mahowald
Following an email from Chancellor Dirks announcing his resignation, The Daily Californian asked students about their thoughts on his legacy.